Searcy County, Arkansas


Searcy Co, Arkansas:  On far right, George Layton. 
Donated by Sheryl Unrath.

John Wortman
02 April 1795, Rowan Co. NC
05 April 1862, Searcy Co. AR 
Buried Pleasant Grove, Searcy Co., AR
Spouses - Nancy M. Morris, Cynthia A. Strickland 
Donated by Deann Pearson and Lisa Cox

Frank Wortman, s/o John & Nancy
b. 6 July 1823, Searcy Co.; d. 14 april 1911 
Witts Springs, Searcy Co., AR 
Donated by Deann Pearson and Lisa Cox

John & Henrietta Wortman, 1926
Family pictures following:
Donated by Deann Pearson and Lisa Cox

Delia Jane Wortman Seamans
 b. Witts Springs,Searcy Co, AR , 01 January 1898
 d. 30 July 1931
Donated by Deann Pearson and Lisa Cox

Grace Mae Wortman Cox
b.   12/26/1906, d. 1/16/2002
Need photograh of Isom Matthew Wortman,
b. 7/5/1900, d. 11/25/1917
please contact Deann Pearson or Lisa Cox

John Sterling Ramsey,1895 -1969; s/o Willian Harrison & Viloa (Cypert) Ramsey. 
Della (Davis) Ramsey,
1897-1969; d/o George Thomas & Lotty (Charlotte) (Watts) Davis.

Claude Albert Davis, b. 1950, killed Viet Nam 1970;
s/o James Albert & Rosie (Grooms) Davis
Donated by Nelsie Ramsey


Probably taken ca 1920, this photograph had "facing Leslie" 
written on the top.  Donated by Sheryl Unrath.

Cynthia Ann Roberston Strickland Wortman
Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Searcy Co., AR
b.  28 January 1806,  KY
Donated by Deann Pearson and Lisa Cox

John L. Wortman, s/o Frank
b. 10 July 1853, Searcy Co., AR
 d. 2/9/1935 ,Greenwood, Sebastion Co. AR
Spouse - Henrietta Morgan 
Donated by Deann Pearson and Lisa Cox

Henry Franklin Wortman,
b.  Searcy Co, AR,  05 November 1891
d. 26 December 1917
Donated by Deann Pearson and Lisa Cox

Mary Elizabeth Wortman Wasson 
b.  Witts Springs, Searcy Co., AR, 11/3/1894
 d. 5/25/1973
Donated by Deann Pearson and Lisa Cox

Aaron Davis, son of George Lucas & Mary Ann (Davey) Davis.
                Family migrated to Searcy Co. from Hickman Co., TN, 1841
      Donated by Nelsie Ramsey

James Albert Davis b.1901, d.1857. Son of George Thomas & Charlotte(Lotty)(Watts) Davis; and friend, Albert Baker.
Donated by Nelsie Ramsey

Wade Doc Griffin, b. TN
s/o Jesse & Sarah Woody Brooks Griffin
Died 1879 in a mill explosion at Snowball
Donated by Deborah Griffin Perkins 


In 1904, the school in Dongola was called Sweet Home School, District No. 3.  The teacher
was E.M. Baker;directors were J.F. Guthrie, S.L. Daniels, and G.L. Ott.
The students who attended the July 5 to September 3 term in 1904 were Pearl Smith, Dood Smith, Nervy Yancey,
Minnie Griffin (3rd row, 5th girl from the right), Nancy Griffin, Gertie Duck, Lucy Koler, Erie Daniels, Sis Daniels, Viney Smithson,
Riller Daniels, Ethel Guthrie, Maybelle Pate, Ester Daniels, Vinie Daniels, Jeanie Daniels, Maude Guthrie, Ada Guthrie, Roxie Pate,
Martha Koler, Ethel Daniels, Bertha Daniels, Susan Bailey, Haywood Smith, Jack Smith, Frank Daniels, Garland Smithson, Short Daniels,
Bill Daniels, Wiley Daniels, Dick Daniels, Ben Daniels, Bud Daniels, Wiley Elliott, Wiley Smithson, Riley Goldsmith, Sam Bailey, Carl Duck,
Leon Pate, Wade Griffin (2nd row, 9th boy from left), John Koler, Tom Koler, Guy Duck, Bob Griffin (2nd row, 3rd boy from left),
Rosco Guthrie, Harvie Elliott, Claude Duck, Jack Cox and Mark Cox.
Pictured orginally owned by Alma Rea of Snowball; Submitted by Deborah Griffin Perkins.

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